Tom Llewellin has been crowned Junior champion in the Pirelli Motorsport UK Welsh Forest Rally Championship, after clinching the title after another dominant performance on the Nicky Grist Stages. The talented Pembrokeshire teenager has won the Junior section on all six rallies held so far this year, setting an impressive pace in his Historic-spec Brace’s Bakery-backed Ford Escort Mk2. Llewellin’s prize for winning the Junior title is a test in a PCRS Rallysport Hyundai i20 R5, courtesy of onthepacenote.co.uk.
Elfyn Evans will miss the next round of the FIA World Rally Championship, Rally Finland. The 30-year old Dolgellau driver has been ruled out on medical grounds, having suffered a heavy landing at last weekend’s Rally Estonia. Currently sitting fourth in the championship standings, Evans will now focus on making a full and swift recovery to continue what has been a strong performance from him and co-driver Scott Martin so far this season.
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Mid-Court Player Bethan Happy To Be Back In The Netball Green Of Celtic Dragons And The Red Of Wales
Bethan Dyke announced her return to full fitness by playing a full part in the Welsh Netball Summer Test Series. Wales fought out six games in seven days, winning four, with the mid-court player standing tall at wing-attack or centre. Former Cardiff Met University student Bethan, originally from Bridgend, was out injured... Read More
St Asaph-born Suzy Drane, the current golden girl of Welsh netball, is 101 not out. Drane, a full-time lecturer at Cardiff Metropolitan University, has powered past the century landmark in senior international appearances for Wales - and is closing in on record holder Helen Weston. Wales completed their summer Test series in... Read More
England legend Pamela Cookey believes Wales are using their absence from this month’s World Cup as a spur towards recovery. Cookey was in Cardiff at the weekend, where Wales followed up their impressive 52-47 win over Malawi with another notable scalp as they beat Trinidad and Tobago, 72-74, at the... Read More
Wales 44, South Africa 79 South Africa won the Wendy White Trophy by beating Wales twice in two days at the Viola Arena in Cardiff Bay. Captain Bongi Msomi and her SA team followed their 84-32 win against Wales on Thursday with another convincing netball success. This was, though, a much improved Welsh... Read More
Wales 32 South Africa 84 Wales named four new senior internationals in their team against South Africa at the Viola Arena in Cardiff Bay. The visitors, preparing for the Vitality World Cup in Liverpool later this month, won all four quarters and earned an emphatic victory. This is, though, a transitional period for... Read More
Suzy Drane insists a new era for Welsh netball is about to begin even though the national team will be absent when the World Cup starts next week in Liverpool. Instead, Wales are facing their own intense series of matches, including clashes against tournament-bound Malawi and then Trinidad and Tobago –... Read More